Through The Eyes Of The Dead have debuted a new music video for their single, “Hate The Living” today. Directed by veteran video director Michael Compitello, this is the first music video TTEOTD has released from their new LP. “We are stoked to have teamed up with our good friends at MyGoodEye for the video of our first single,” says guitarist Justin Longshore. “We really think the video captures the energy and vibe that you would expect from a TTEOTD live show. All footage was taken from our recent northeast trek in support of the new record. Horns up!”
Disomus is the long anticipated follow up to their last LP, Skepsis released in 2010. Disomus marks the second consecutive album with vocalist Danny Rodriguez and drummer Michael Ranne (a first in the group’s impressive history) together with longtime bassist Jake Ososkie and founding guitarist and songwriting engine Justin Longshore.
Disomus doubles as the studio introduction of new guitarist Steven Funderburk (also of Wretched, Lillake) and the return of original vocalist Anthony Gunnells and his successor, Nate Johnson, via strong guest appearances, bringing Through The Eyes Of The Dead full circle.
“Disomus” is the medical term describing an abnormal fetus with two bodies but one head. The album’s subject matter includes the tale of a man buried alive by a cult (“Obitual”), a dark magician’s creation of a malignant entity via sacrificial killing (“Haruspex”), underworld spirits doomed to roam the earth (“Dismal”), the Styx River of Greek myth (“Vortices in the Stygian Maelstrom”), the themes of the Alien/Prometheus film franchise (“Teras,” alternately named for an abnormal fetus with two heads and one body), and the real life tragedy and horror discovered by Rodriguez, a Chicago police officer, when called upon to check on the well being of an elderly person who lived alone (“Till Solace, She’ll Haunt”).
“Through the Eyes of the Dead come back with a vengeance on Disomus.” DEAD RHETORIC
“Through the Eyes of the Dead have re-emerged in triumphant form, bringing back nostalgia with an invigorating twist of something new and evil—giving fans new and old reason to rejoice.” 9/10 NEW-TRANSCENDENCE
“Through The Eyes Of The Dead are back and better than ever, and their fourth album may go down as the best heavy record of 2017.” 4.5/5
NEW NOISE MAGAZINE
“Through the Eyes of the Dead have established themselves as one of deathcore’s more admittedly undervalued artists.”
METAL WANI 7.3/10
“Expect filthy riffs and chuggy breakdowns solidifying the return of modern Tech Death pioneers” 7.5/10 INVICTA
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